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The entire experience was great. What was most important for us was the location. Being located right at the Mongkok MTR Station was a great attraction, in addition to the wonderful shopping and dining places within the Langham Place Shopping Mall. We could run all our errands very quickly without ...
Comfortable, very convenient with helpful and eager staff members at the front desk and concierge! Thank you for the experience!
Everything is good except the bed is too soft! We booked for 3 pax but only found 2 pillow and towels in the room, but they rectified immediately when we informed them. Location was great!
The room quality was very good but some furniture was dated Overall excellent
Convenient and close to airport. Shuttle was timely to and from airport.
Little bit away from downtown but easy to get to their by train. Spacious room with new facilities
Fantastic staff. The sales manager Johnnie MA is a excellent person and the hotel should be proud of having a person like him representing them.
Very convenient location walking distance to business centers and shopping mall. Nice dedicated concierges.
Great hotel, very good location and services. The hotel is very nice indeed and has a great swimming pool and playground for kids.
Modern travellers often use their holidays to give their bodies a bit of rest and recuperation. Health and wellness experts say the best way of doing this is with a massage, a body or beauty treatment or even learning relaxation exercises. In Hong Kong, visitors can learn Chinese tai chi exercises in many locations or book themselves in for a treatment at a premium Hong Kong spa.
It is possible to book appointments at spas such as the Pretty Beauty Spa Limited in Wan Chai and get a Thai or oil massage or even start a slimming programme. Opting to stay at one of the more than 30 spa hotels in Hong Kong provides that little extra convenience as therapists and masseuses are there just to keep guests happy. This means those wanting treatment rarely have to wait for a vacant massage table or a treatment room.
Hong Kong hotels featuring onsite spas tend to be the four- and five-star establishments. They are mostly located in two areas. One of these is in the southern areas of Kowloon and the other is in the region stretching from Causeway Bay to Central on the north part of Hong Kong Island.
In the Tsim Sha Tsui part of Kowloon, the ICON is home to the award-winning Angsana Spa, while the ever-popular Peninsula Hotel hosts a spa that looks like it came from ancient Rome. The W Hong Kong’s Bliss Spa takes the experience to higher levels with waxing and anti-ageing treatments and amenities that include steam rooms and saunas.
The Four Seasons is a huge skyscraper on the island and boasts 345 rooms, heated swimming pools and a large spa. Among other Spa Hotels in Hong Kong on this side of Victoria Harbour are the Conrad and the Grand Hyatt.
Hong Kong’s collection of four- and five-star properties is packed with facilities. Guests are able to have a choice of eating and drinking outlets with dishes such as Cantonese, Thai and Japanese on the menus in addition to fine wines and cocktails. Other bonuses invariably include gyms, pools, shops and business centres or meeting rooms.
The sense of luxury is even more evident in the rooms or suites which feature stylish décor and bedding made from soft cottons. Coffee machines, mini-bars, separate sitting rooms and satellite televisions are a selection of the reasons experienced tourists choose accommodation of this class.